Our Mission

FosterClub's mission is to lead the efforts of young people in and from foster care to become connected, educated, inspired and represented
so they can realize their personal potential and contribute to a better life for their peers.


Meet our LEx (Lived Experience Leaders)

These people are the current and future leaders inside and out of childwelfare. They bring a wealth of experience and perspective that informs everything that is done at FosterClub. 


Our crew

These are the people that make FosterClub great! They work tirelessly to improve outcomes for young people in the foster care system. To meet our board click here.



This is where it all started. One person cared enough for young people to start making real change for every young person that experienced foster care.



We work with an awesome group of organizations who help us on our mission to re-invent foster care.

Check out our blog

Learn the latest from the experts, whether it is our staff or straight from the mouths of youth that
have experienced foster care, there is always something new to learn.

Join our team

We are a fun group of foster care enthusiasts. We work hard and play harder. See if there is a position available that would be right for you.


Council Releases 20th Priority: Decriminalize Being in Foster Care!

“From the moment a child is removed from their home, they often encounter their first interaction with law enforcement, setting a troubling precedent. As foster youth navigate these institutions, they encounter individuals who believe punitive consequences are an acceptable response...

LEx Leaders Prove Power of Peer Support at Conference on Transitioning Out of Care

Transitioning out of care is hard. But the four Lived Experience (LEx) Leaders and three FosterClub staff who attended Daniel Kids’ 35th Annual National Independent Living Conference gotchu.

Celebrating Our 2023 AllStar Interns

This summer, our ‘23 AllStars from across the country trained for six weeks in foster care advocacy, put on two multi-day conferences to support youth currently in care, and made lasting friendships with fellow interns. It’s hard work–which includes traveling to Oregon for two weeks –but it’s worth it: On top of the six-week intensive summer program, AllStars will continue to be engaged in cool, impactful service opportunities like speaking at conferences and events and giving briefs to Congressional staffers.